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Business Beat: Knauss Center Opens, GMAT/GRE No Longer Needed, Business Professors Recognized

Knauss Center for Business Education opens

The Knauss Center for Business Education, the new home of the Knauss School of Business, Official opening on August 4Since classes began on August 31, students have explored the building’s new spaces, including dynamic classrooms, the Torero One Button production studio, and the KSB Student Success Center, through a month-long scavenger hunt. Fun prizes will be revealed at the end!

“There are cutting-edge spaces in what I call the ‘ecosystem of innovation and collaboration,’” says Tim Keane, president of the Knauss School of Business. “It is designed and open for current and future business to work. [and] Cooperative. ”

Knauss School has adopted a test-optional graduate admissions policy

As of this fall, the Knauss School of Business No GMAT/GRE test scores required Apply to its graduate business program. Removing this requirement removed barriers to higher education and made the school admissions process more equitable. Applicants are welcome to submit GMAT/GRE test scores, if taken, as they will be considered in the Knauss School of Business’s overall admissions assessment.

Business professor receives US dollar accolades

Two professors from the Knauss School of Business were honored at the fall conference of USD departments and administrators, including professors of economics. Stephen Conroy and Associate Professor of Operations Mizuka CityProfessor Conroy was awarded the title of University Professor. This is the highest academic honor conferred on the entire university in recognition of outstanding academic achievements in teaching and research.Professor city He was named Professor Clarence L. Steever in recognition of his outstanding contributions to teaching, research, and service.

Entrepreneurship Week Energizes Student Innovators

entrepreneur weeka new initiative by Free Enterprise Institute (FEI) The Knauss School of Business aimed to inspire entrepreneurship and introduce students to USD’s robust entrepreneurial ecosystem. Working with USD’s The Brink Small Development Center, San Diego startups came to campus every day to inspire students with innovative products and ideas. FEI also hosted his panel and demo day for alumni entrepreneurial speakers to showcase student startup ideas.

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